My oldest daughter is a sucker for llamas.  She was just 7 years old when author Anna Dewdney published her first “Llama Llama” book, “Llama, Llama Red Pajama.”  Although the author passed away in 2016, her lovable llamas can still be found in board book, hard cover, and paperback formats for future generations to enjoy.  Although she is now in her 20’s, I know my daughter is not alone in her love of these big, gentle, friendly, affectionate creatures. If you, or someone you know, is a llama lover too, then this gift guide is for you!

Adopt a Llama through the World Wildlife Fund, the $55 adoption kit gets your gift recipient a plush llama, adoption certificate, photo, species information card, and a gift bag. Donations go to support all the conservation efforts being made by the WWF.

For a more whimsical gift for the llama-loving chef, how about this tea towel:

or fun apron:

I love this retro coffee mug that combines llamas and the beach:

You almost won’t want to put your jewelry on this, it is so cute:

A reading chair definitely needs pillows:

Men like llamas too. Especially biker llamas:

Grocery shopping would be much more fun with this recycled materials tote:

And for the journaling llama lover, this is amazing:

Stuffed animals aren’t just for kids, you know:

Cover your computer with pizzazz:

Trends may come and trends may go, but llamas are always in style.

Julie Bond

Julie Bond is a voracious reader with eclectic tastes running the gamut from YA lit, to psychological suspense, and anything dog-related, of course. You can find her haunting her favorite San Francisco Bay Area indie bookstores. Email her at


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